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    I like comedies. The General with Buster Keaton is an old one, but still one of the best.

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    Quote by Rakkasan187 View Post
    I prefer some of the obscure films that are sometimes overshadowed by some of the more well known movies,, not to say that I don't enjoy them either but some of the movies that aren't shown on Memorial Day or Veterans Day weekends...

    In no particular order...

    PT 109
    The Devils Brigade
    Go For Broke
    The Train
    Von Ryan's Express
    Hamburger Hill
    The Bunker
    Sergeant York
    Hacksaw Ridge
    Flags of our Fathers
    Letters From Iwo Jima
    The Bridge on the River Kwai
    The Dam Busters
    30 Seconds Over Tokyo
    Gardens of Stone
    The Story of GI Joe
    They Were Expendable
    From Here to Eternity
    The Great Escape
    The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
    Glory
    12 O'clock High
    The Pianist
    The Best Years of our Lives
    Winds of War series
    War and Remembrance series
    Empire of the Sun
    Escape from Sobibor
    The Great Raid
    The Big Lift
    Berlin Tunnel 21
    A Rumor of War
    Go Tell The Spartans
    Pork Chop Hill

    There are many others that are so obscure that many of them have not aired in many years...

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    The Big Lift is well worth watching, filmed in the ruins of Berlin in the early 50s.
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